Accounting for water : institutional viability and impacts of market-oriented irrigation interventions in Central Mexico

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Kloezen, W.H.;
(2002)
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  • Subject: bedrijfsvoering | levensvatbaarheid | impact | beoordeling | instellingen | institution building | viability | institutions | assessment | irrigatie | institutionele opbouw | mexico | Islam | irrigation | management

<font size="3"><p> </p><p>During the past decade, many countries throughout the world have attempted to improve their generally poor performance record of agency-managed irrigation systems by designing and implementing institutional policy programs. This thesis analyses... View more
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    1.1 Schematic representation of selected distributary canals and measurement points in the Cortázar module

    1.2 Schematic representation of measurement points in the Gugorrones main canal, and its distributaries, in Salvatierra module

    2.1 Mexico and the location of the Alto Rio Lerma irrigation district

    2.2 The Alto Rio Lerma irrigation district and its 11 modules

    2.3 Monthly climate data for the Alto Rio Lerma irrigation district

    2.4 Changes in the total annual rainfall and irrigation deliveries of ARLID, 1982-1997

    2.5 Dam releases for the winter and summer sub-seasons in ARLID, 1982-1997

    4.1 The official implementation steps of the irrigation management transfer program

    4.2 The organizational structure of ARLID after transfer

    4.3 The most important relationships between CNA and users prior to IMT (1989-1992)

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